Posts Tagged: living conditions

Indianapolis parking meter extension taxes working people

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A bill passed on Jan. 7 expands parking meter hours across the city until 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Denver mourns deaths of 233 homeless in 2018

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At the Denver City and County Building on the cold evening of Dec. 21, more than 200 people gathered to memorialize the homeless people who died in 20...

Chula Vista ACCE office targeted by arsonist

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In the early hours of Nov. 10, a local office of the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment in Chula Vista, Calif., was targeted by an ars...

Tenants union fights slumlords in Palm Beach County, Fla.

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On September 5, Tenant Union members and activists from around the community packed into Riviera Beach City Hall to protest and denounce a site plan M...

LA tenants fight back with massive rent strike

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Three adjacent apartments owned by one company on Burlington Avenue in Westlake, Los Angeles, faced with the potential eviction of nearly a hundred fa...

Protesters at San José’s State of the City call out economic inequality and corruption regarding potential Google development

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The following is a statement issued by Serve the People San José, which initiated the Feb. 8 united-front action that included activists from Party f...

UN issues report condemning rampant U.S. poverty

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In a two week U.S. tour, the UN representative was shown a variety of examples of the abject poverty that is so common in the world’s wealthiest cou...

One month later Puerto Rico still left with little to no aid

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The humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico continues to grow worse day by day, due to the blatant negligence of the U.S. government and the colonial statu...

East Harlem community leader: ‘We need affordable housing now!’

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For 75 years, East Harlem, has been the political and cultural heart of the millions of Puerto Rican who no longer live on the island.

Gov’t survey: half of U.S. barely scraping by

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Recently, an article in MarketWatch published several alarming conclusions about the state of the finances of people in the U.S.